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Hundreds of job seekers lined up early Monday morning hoping to work for the Chicago Transit Authority.

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Charges have been filed in a deadly crash on the Kennedy Expressway over the weekend.
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A Chicago police wagon struck a bicyclist on the Near North Side near Chicago and Cambridge Monday morning.
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Beginning Monday, shoppers can donate school supplies to needy Chicago Public Schools students using Groupon.
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Jeff Jarvis: #NBCfail Economics
I still believe that if NBC gave the fans what they wanted rather than trying to make them do what NBC thinks it wants, NBC could win by growing audience and engagement and thus better serving sponsors. I ask you to imagine what Olympics coverage would look like if Google had acquired the rights.
Diana Nyad: The Olympic Theater of Human Drama
In ancient times, all wars around the world came to an abrupt hiatus for the duration of the revered Games. If only that were still the case. Nevertheless, it does seem that most of us drop life as normal to immerse ourselves in the many moments of drama.
Samyr Laine: Harvard Grad Inspires a Nation at the 2012 Olympics in London
At the Olympics this year, it means everything to me to represent Haiti. Despite the fact that I consider myself to be a Haitian-American, I've chosen to represent Haiti in an attempt to inspire people and showcase my country's dignity.
D.L. Hughley: It's Mourning in America
Until and unless we can have an honest national conversation about our violence-obsessed culture, we will always be waking up to mourning in America.

Worse Than London: Romney In Israel

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                       Worse Than London: Romney In Israel Worse Than London: Romney In Israel
Did he promise never to publicly criticize Israel?
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                               LOL Of The Week: Mitt Bends To The Press
LOL Of The Week: Mitt Bends To The Press
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How President Obama Won The Weekend
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